This post makes me loathe Android worse than i already do. Lol The OS is crap, IMO. It doesn't just work, unlike iOS.
However, I find there are areas of iOS that annoy me like not being able to transfer a data file or photo via Bluetooth or NFC between iOS or to an iOS.
Android devices have no such issue.
I also don't like not having access to folders unless I jailbreak. With Android once you copy a file to a folder that file is shared by any other App that supports the file type.
I unfortunately have an Android phone, because i got it for free. I don't even try to do anything but make calls with it, because every app crashes on start up. The phone even crashes arbitrarily. It's about 6 months old.Quote:
Originally Posted by Beards
I've had my Samsung Galaxy Note 1 for more than a year, after switching from iPhone 4S. The Note works great, so much so that I've yet found justification to upgrade my phone, though the Note 2 is very tempting.
I've got a Samung Galaxy 7", too. Love that I can use it with SD cards, and I've not struggled with it at all.
I now have two Kindle Fire HDs, after upgrading from a Kindle Fire original. All three have done what I've needed without probs.
My Android experience has been good, but again it varies with device and operator.
We have two of the same phone, both behave the same. I once had an Android tablet, said i'd never give it to my worst enemy.Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaykaykay
As far as the forum is concerned, if anyone can be bothered to find us, I see no problem with them asking any question. We are nothing to do with Apple. We are a user group who happen to use Apple equipment. I've asked questions and made comments on the Windows version of iTunes, and if I ever buy an Android tablet, I would certainly ask questions here before heading in any other direction.
I have had numerous Android phones including Galaxy S, S2, S3, Note & Note2.
I'm currently using an S3 and absolutely love it.
Everything works fine and fluid, no issues whatsoever.
However I do understand if a device gives you issues you soon learn to loath it.
Not to make light of your struggle, but there's such a thing as return and exchange. There have been people who've been unhappy with iDevices as well, and that's always been my thinking: If something is clearly failing you or it just doesn't fit you, return it. Don't buy two of them, lol.
Hey y'all--I am moving this thread to the Off-topic area now.
BTW...I owned a droid phone prior to having an iPhone and was very happy with what it did for me. I didn't experience the frequent crashes as what was earlier posted by others, but can understand how frustrating that could be!